The Consolidated Youth for Peace & Development (COYPED) a registered non-governmental youth-led organization has launched a program intended to keep children of the streets during the vacation period in Liberia.
Speaking in New Kru Town recently at the program marking the official launch of the 2013 Children Study and Play Program held at the Juah Sarwee School, the executive director of COYPED, James Koryor stated that the Launch Program will contribute to raising awareness,…Continue
A program intended to provide job and technical skill training have being launched in the country.
Speaking recently in Monrovia at the program marking the official launch of the Youth Apprenticeship & Empowerment Program the Executive Director of the Consolidated Youth for Peace & Development…Continue
The Consolidated Youth for Peace & Development (COYPED) a registered civil society youth-led has made the latest call for transparency in the country’s extractive industries.
According to COYPED executive director, James Koryor natural resources provides government with significant amounts of revenues every year and these valuable sources of income should be used as basis to reduce poverty and to promote sustainable development in the country.
On and around World Toilet Day, there were all sorts of programs from diverse water, sanitation and hygiene related civil society institutions and even the Government entities in Liberia, primarily geared towards creating more awareness and sensitization on the importance of ensuring safe toilet facilities as well as…Continue